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Ashfield Medical CentreTel: 0113 2951828
The Grange Medical CentreTel: 0113 2951838
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We are now starting to invite patients to clinic for 2nd covid vaccinations. If you call us back after receiving a text or call and the clinic is full, please be assured we will contact you again for the next clinic. We have a robust reporting and recall system to identify patients needing first and second vaccinations.
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Please note all our patients are able to use either surgery site for their convenience. When one site is closed for the afternoon the other surgery is always open. We offer extended hours (early morning surgeries) across both sites for the convenience of working patients who find it difficult to attend during the normal working day.
Appointments are available to book from 8.15am each day. If you call before 8.15am, you will be asked to call back.
We have closed this site due to operational and safety issues during the ongoing pandemic.
Please note all our patients are able to use either surgery site for their convenience. When one site is closed for the afternoon the other surgery is always open. We offer extended hours (early morning and later evening surgeries) across both sites for the convenience of working patients who find it difficult to attend during the normal working day.
When this surgery is closed in the evenings and at weekends you are able to get help from another GP service for problems that will not wait until this practice re-opens. The new national 111 line has a team of GPs and nurses who are able to respond to your needs. All you need to do is ring 111 and your call will be directly re-routed through to this.
Please use this service rather than the Accident and Emergency department for problems you would normally consult this practice about.
Alternatively, there is a Minor Injuries Unit at St George's Centre, St George's Road, Middleton, Leeds LS10 4UZ, tel: 392 9800.
Please do not ask to see a doctor out of hours unless you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.
Call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.
Our Target training days
We will be closed for training on the following days from 12pm:
Tuesday 25th May 2021
Tuesday 22nd June 2021